Amazon launches Alexa Print, a way to print lists, recipes, games, & educational content using your voice

Alexa can now control your printer. Amazon today announced a new Alexa-enabled printing feature that lets Echo device owners use voice commands print out common items, like their Alexa to-do lists, recipes, weekly calendars, educational content for kids, and even some games, like Sudoku or crossword puzzles, mazes, and more. The feature works with any …

London VCs launch joint initiative to expand funding opportunities for underrepresented founders

A group of UK-based VCs have come together to create a new virtual pitching event designed to address the problems with the current startup ecosystem which can lead to inequalities and ‘warm intros’ made only between privileged classes and ethnicities. Held on the 30th of September, “Access All” will be a new virtual event geared …

It’s time to better identify the cost of cybersecurity risks in M&A deals

Rob Gurzeev Contributor Share on Twitter Rob Gurzeev is CEO and co-founder of CyCognito, a company focused on giving CISOs the advantage over attackers. Over the past decade, a number of high-profile cybersecurity issues have arisen during mega-M&A deals, heightening concerns among corporate executives. In 2017, Yahoo disclosed three data breaches during its negotiation to …

Retro-inspired music player Poolside.fm brings its summery fun to iPhone

If you mashup feel-good summer music, ridiculous 80’s-inspired imagery and retro tech, you’ll get the lighthearted and fun web radio service Poolside.fm, the so-called “sunniest place on the internet.” The website where you can stream beachy, chill or disco tracks in a classic MacOS-like space relaunched last year to bring a little joy back to …